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Latest News Regarding The Rising Storm Boxing Team

Hector Bello Debuts At Gleason's Gym Saturday May 19, 2018

Boxing, Philly Shell Defense, Philly Shell Boxing, Self-Defense, Boxing Coach, Personal Training

Hector (The Hard Way) Bello  Makes His Amature Debut At Gleason's Gym ​Saturday May 19, 2018

Saturday May 19, 2018

Hector is a bright young man with a great future and has the heart of a lion. He will be participating in his first bout on Saturday May 19, 2018. I have full confidence in his abilities and look forward to watching his career develop. Gleason's is located at 130 Water Street in Brooklyn, NY 11201. The fights start at 6pm and it's $25 at the door. More to come.

Latest News Regarding The Rising Storm Boxing Team

Hector Bello Debuts At Gleason's Gym Saturday May 19, 2018

Boxing, Philly Shell Defense, Philly Shell Boxing, Self-Defense, Boxing Coach, Personal Training

Hector (The Hard Way) Bello  Made His Amature Debut At Gleason's Gym ​on Saturday May 19, 2018

Saturday May 19, 2018

Hector fought valiantly and represented The Rising Storm Boxing Team well. My fighters’ consistently give maximum effort, and that is something I’m very proud of. The referee gave Hector an unwarranted 8 count in the first round; my presumption is that it was intended to influence the judges’ scoring. I don’t like Boxing’s culture, patronage and favoritism is pervasive in my experience. The person who was vehement about having to reschedule Hector’s bout (Hector’s match had to be moved for a litany of reasons I don’t care to get into), ended up presiding over his fight, a very interesting coincidence. Hector was hurt in the second round. He failed to keep his right hand high in close. With both hands low, he gave his opponent’ too many offensive opportunities, also, he didn’t throw sufficient combinations, two or more punches at a time, he, primarily, settled for one which allows the other pugilist to easily reset. The referee stopped the contest with seconds left in the 3rd, if they didn’t end it in round two when Hector was most hurt, why would they do it in the third? They should have let him finish the fight, he wasn’t in distress and he wasn’t disoriented. The fight was not administered  fairly. The premature stoppage seemed to be out of spite. The other fighter was really tough and he was the better man that day, and he deserves his credit; I just don’t think the fight was objectively terminated or handled in good spirit. The video of the bout will be uploaded by the end of the day Monday, 5/21/18.